Monday, March 07, 2005

RIGHT LAWYER WILL COST ANTI-SMOKING STATES TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS

When the right lawyer is found, smokers will sue states, companies and various anti-smoking organizations, because no one has died of second-hand smoke, a major reason given to deny smokers their right to indulge.
The suits will be brought against states, companies, anti-smoking organizations and other entities that have banned smoking inside dwellings, or outside, in public areas.
Besides discrimination law suits against the defendants, a major legal aspect to be given will be the fact that there is not one death certificate written by any U.S. medical person that states that a deceased person died of second-hand cigarette smoke.
The American Cancer Society, The New York Times, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, CNN and CBS will be named in the law suit. These organizations have lied and misled the public, by reporting that second-hand cigarette smoke killed thousands of people each year. Because of their reporting, millions of cigarette smokers have been the victims of discrimination and harsh anti-smoking laws and ordinances.
The Profound Journalist estimates that at least one-trillion dollars will be involved, if the smokers win their law suits. The lawyer or lawyers who take the smokers' suit, will easily collect billions of dollars in legal fees.

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